Adam King began his formal music training at the early age of five.  He quickly excelled and began serving his hometown church as organist at age six.  Since that time, Adam has served many churches as pianist, organist, and music director.

After graduating high school and attending one year at a local junior college, Adam enrolled in the music department at the University of Mobile in Mobile, AL. 

While at the university, he also accompanied the university’s touring chorale throughout the United States, Canada, Germany, Austria, & Switzerland.  He was guest organist for the university’s commencement services on both the Mobile campus and the Nicaragua campus.  In addition, he served as an accompanist to many of the private student voice lessons and recitals.  He also served as music director and principal accompanist for the university’s former theatre department, performing such shows as: The Diary of Adam & Eve; Godspell; Nunsense; Cotton Patch Gospel; Crazy for You; Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat; Pumpboys & Dinettes; Big River; 10th Anniversary Musical Review; An Evening of Gershwin;  My Fair Lady; Thoroughly Modern Millie; and Fiddler on the Roof.

After graduation from the University of Mobile, he went on to complete a master’s degree in music from Samford University in Birmingham, AL.

Since college, he has kept busy by serving as musical director/accompanist in several community theatre productions.  Shows include: West Side Story; Urinetown; The Unsinkable Molly Brown; Meet Me In St. Louis; Promises, Promises; and Company.  He also continues to accompany professional vocalists and instrumentalists for various concerts and recitals.

He has owned a successful private music studio for 24 years, providing applied lessons in piano, organ, music history, music theory, arranging, and composition.

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